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In our making-of articles, 3D artists give detailed explanations about how they created their 3D projects. Learn about software, materials, composition, lighting, rendering, post-production and much more and get inspired for your next artwork.
Jeffrey Tanate, a Philippines 3D artist from Manila has recently designed the house of his dreams. A minimalistic concrete villa in simple lines and earth tones, a place where he would love to live. Let's dive into his storytelling making-of exploring the way he usually gets inspired for his projects and how he tries to inspire other artists to follow their own dreams!
Irakli Shubashikeli finds his sources of inspiration in anything around him and he suggests to us to only catch the moment that gives us deep and nice emotions. In this making-of article, you can explore his way of thinking during the creation of his personal projects. Enjoy!
Yahya Jafari, a young architect based in Iran, with a big passion for architectural visualization shared with us his workflow, writing a making-of article for his small commercial and residential project "Golbarg". Simple techniques, tips & tricks that can help you deliver some nice images to your clients. Enjoy!
We are usually impressed by many personal projects we see on the forums created by great 3d artists. But what about the daily commercial projects which usually have short deadlines. Can we keep a good quality as well?
Raveendra from 3D Architectural Designs drives us to a simple but full of examples and references making-of article which totally worth your time. Check it out!
Every artist needs to challenge himself from time to time, learn something new, and expand his portfolio. Inspired and motivated by other great 3D artists, Humam Munir, an Iraqi 3D artist, shares his workflow with all of us. Take a look and grab the tips of this informative breakdown!
As artists, we often look for a good source of inspiration before starting a project. There were so many things that could impress us when we were kids. Our memories are from flavors, smells, toys, or even simple objects. Bartek Muczyn from MOFO ArchViz recalled from his memories the horn and smell of a train, sitting close to nature and waiting to see it passing in front of him. An emotional making-of article that has been created with pure love for 3D Art. Enjoy it!
Experimenting during our free time is essential, while it does not matter if we succeed or fail. We can always learn something through the 3D training process. Be ambitious in applying your goals but mainly try to learn how to be patient. 3D artist, Qusay Abubaker, kindly accepted to give us a behind-the-scenes making-of article reciting not only the creative process but also a short part of his story.
When you have a very strong passion for something, but you are limited in your resources, you get very creative to live up to it. So did Alberto Maciel, he is the best example of a self-taught 3D artist with creative ways to learn. He found ways to follow his spirit and made it to be a very talented 3D artist and successful 3ds Max instructor.
In the following making-of, he gives very useful tips and explains why he is not a fan of post-production. Welcome Alberto, we are excited to hear what you have to say.
Wednesday, May 25th, 2022 by Arnaldo Morales
What impact light can have on an architectural visualization will be shown in this Making-of by Arnaldo Morales. He experimented with lighting and shows you the differences of the same place during daytime and nighttime. Arnaldo gives exact instructions, on how he created the different moods and you will be amazed by the new look he created for an existing archviz project.
Hello Arnaldo, it's great to have you here with us and we are excited to hear what you have to say about the creation of 'Modern Flat'.
Wednesday, May 11th, 2022 by Robin Walker
A huge fascination for statues and busts were the starting point for this awesome architectural visualization, which turned out to be so much more. The mysterious 'Black Neoclassical' was created by Robin Walker, who is a passionate 3D artist.
Let's welcome Robin and hear what he has to say about the creation of his 'Black Neoclassical'.
Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 by Notoo Studio
The team at notooSTUDIO shares one of their coolest projects with us. Visualizing for '41zero42' was more than visualizing ceramic walls and floors, bringing to life a product designed to give movement to the surfaces with a static image takes a lot of experience and knowledge.
Let's hear more about how they made this project a visual masterpiece.
Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 by Alvina Kravets
Natural colors, minimalistic design, and active textures make this visualization the perfect eye candy. Alvina Kravets, interior designer, and 3D visualizer gives us some awesome lighting, camera angles, and rendering tricks that can take your work to another level.
Let's hear more from Alvina herself.
Wednesday, March 30th, 2022 by Taha Estabar
Taha Estabar sheds some light on how the use of creative techniques like the use of alternative camera lenses and 2D people can make your project different and refreshing. He tells us the story of how his client was more than pleased to receive the visualization of his home with a fresh perspective.
Let's hear some of Taha's tips.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022 by Robert Rocha
Robert Rocha, a student of Ander Alencar's 'Oficina 3D Training' course, talks to us about his work on a minimalist apartment project called 'Living Neutral Palette'. With the use of simple spaces and minimalist decoration, he uses wood, travertine, and exemplary use of exterior light to create a beautiful and warm atmosphere.
Let's get some tips from Robert himself.
Wednesday, March 9th, 2022 by Gabriela Mazur
Gabriela Mazur, the founder of 'Mazur Rendering Studio', talks to us about her work within the furniture industry and her beliefs on how going digital is the best option to save the manufacturer's wallets and the world's resources from unnecessary expenses. An interesting story of entrepreneurship and useful tricks on how 'Furniture II' was rendered.
Let's hear more from Gabriela.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022 by Antonio Kort
Projects that start as experiments can turn out to be your most interesting work. Antonio Kort names this project 'It was just a test', starting on the concept of building something minimalist out of cubes, ended up on a beautiful interior design for a very special bathroom without even knowing it.
Let's hear about the details of this coincidental yet perfect process.
Wednesday, February 16th, 2022 by Leonardo Braga
Living proof that practice makes perfect, 3D artist Leonardo Braga has been working on 3d modeling since he was 15 years old. Today, he shares with us an inspiring story, where he started a personal project during the pandemic after realizing it was not possible to go on a desired getaway. After realizing he was confined to his own house, he decided to create the 'Getaway Cabin' series, letting his imagination take him where his body couldn't go.
Let's hear about the process of creating a perfect getaway space.
Wednesday, February 9th, 2022 by VisEngine
We all know that making beautiful projects in short amounts of time can be a challenge. VisEngine talks to us about how they achieved such impeccable quality of visualization in a limited time. Proving that amazing detail in lighting and materials can be fastly done, VisEngine gives us the most important steps on how they did 'Ancient Hill'.
Let's dive deep into the process of this beautiful and versatile space.
Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022 by Oscar Pastor
Learning by yourself is a beautiful process full of commitment, responsibility and passion. Oscar Pastor tells us a bit about how this personal project helped him practice and learn more about environments and exterior building on his own. Nothing better than useful tips and advice from experienced people to help you boost your way into becoming a professional at whatever you want.
Let's hear some more about 'The Lighthouse'.
Wednesday, January 26th, 2022 by German Carrasco
There's something about personal projects that teaches us about the power of passion and curiosity. Pushing yourself to learn new stuff, practicing different approaches, and taking yourself out of your comfort zone make you become a better artist and create beautiful things. German Carrasco talks to us about his first personal project after a 7-year career in luxury interior design.
Let's hear a bit about the story and process of 'Oasis'.